Repsol and Enagás supply, for the first time in Europe, LNG as fuel to a vessel from a regasification plant
This pioneering operation for Europe took place within the framework of the CORE LNGas hive project, co-funded by the European Commission, to promote LNG in transport, particularly maritime transport.
Polish Oil & Gas Company (PGNiG) will bring the first delivery of liquefied natural gas from U.S. Supplier to Poland. LNG will be delivered by Cheniere Energy. The transaction was overseen by PGNiG trading office branch in London.
The Baltic Sea region LNG cluster and the LNG Competence Centre were established in order to enhance international cooperation in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The agreements were signed on 26th of April during the conference “Go LNG – Building LNG competence and business partnership for the Baltic sea region”.
Baltic Sea region LNG cluster and the LNG Competence Centre will be established in order to enhance international cooperation in the field of liquefied natural gas (LNG). Agreements on these cooperation platforms will be signed during the conference in Vilnius to be held on 26-27 April.
EU Member States approved the Commission's proposal to invest €22.1 million to support the development of connections between transport and energy infrastructure in Europe.
GAZ–SYSTEM has taken a decision on the expansion of the Świnoujście LNG terminal. After the completion of the works, the regasification capacity will increase from the current 5 billion m3 to 7.5 billion m3 of natural gas per year.
Gastech, the world’s largest gas and liquefied natural gas conference and exhibition, was held at Chiba, Tokyo from April 4 to 7. Ten Japanese energy companies and trading houses formed a consortium to host Gastech Japan 2017 in the first such attempt in the event’s history.
The European Commission has provided the Member Countries a proposal to allocate funds from the 2016 CEF Synergy call budget under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF).
Vessel leaves port of Murmansk as Russia's Yamal project gears up to export its first cargo before the end of this year.
At the Gastech 2017 conference in Tokyo, Japan, DSME, a leading company within commercial ship building and LNG carrier technology, and DNV GL, the world’s leading classification society, presented the results of a joint development project (JDP) for the design of an innovative, efficient LNG carrier based on today’s technology. The project focused on delivering a design which an owner can take straight to the yard and is ready for upcoming market trends and incoming regulations, with an optimal size, hull form, and machinery and electrical systems.